Clive Maund

Technical Analyst & Author

Clive Maund

Clive P. Maund’s interest in markets started when, as an aimless youth searching for direction in his mid-20’s, he inherited some money. Unfortunately it was not enough to live a utopian lifestyle as a playboy or retire very young. Therefore on the advice of his brother, he bought a load of British Petroleum stock, which promptly went up 20% in the space of a few weeks. Clive sold them at the top…which really fired his imagination. The prospect of being able to buy securities and sell them later at a higher price, and make money for doing little or no work was most attractive – and so the quest began, especially as he had been further stoked up by watching from the sidelines with a mixture of fascination and envy as fortunes were made in the roaring gold and silver bull market of the late 70’s.

Clive furthered his education in Technical Analysis or charting by ordering various good books from the US and by applying what he learned at work on an everyday basis. He also obtained the UK Society of Technical Analysts’ Diploma.

The years following 2005 saw the boom phase of the Gold and Silver bull market, until they peaked in late 2011. While there is ongoing debate about whether that was the final high, it is not believed to be because of the continuing global debasement of fiat currency. The bear market since 2011 is viewed as being very similar to the 2-year reaction in the mid-70’s, which was preceded by a powerful advance and was followed by a gigantic parabolic price ramp. Moreover, Precious Metals should come back into their own when the various asset bubbles elsewhere burst, which looks set to happen anytime soon.

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Clive Maund Articles

In the last update we had thought that gold might escape its usual seasonal malaise this year, but it didn’t and went into a rather sharp downtrend and dropped again quite sharply on Friday. The good news though is that this drop has not...
We “went walkabout” over the past several years, largely deserting the Precious Metals sector for other greener pastures, because it has been performing so poorly, apart from a dramatic flurry during the 1st half of last year. However, the...
In Britain in the old days there was a saying, which was “buy on a strike” which had nothing to do with economics and everything to do with psychology. When a general strike by workers was declared, stock prices would have fallen up to the...
We have already observed how oil and precious metals are looking set to turn lower, especially oil. Moreover, the medium-term bearish outlook for these commodities is confirmed by the negative setup that we will now examine on the latest...
The election of Donald Trump sparked a rally in the broad stock market which has continued up to the present, and according to the laws of reverse (inverse) logic that rule the markets, his inauguration as President is likely to trigger a...
The global financial system continues to groan under the strain of the accumulated weight of trillions of dollars of debt and derivatives, which have built up to even more fantastic levels than those that precipitated the near collapse in...
The broad US stock market actually looks better overall than it has done for several years, which may come as a surprise considering it has been in a bull market since as far back as early 2009. On the 10-year chart for the S&P500...
Charts only indicate probabilities, not certainties. At the time of the last update, gold was setting up for another upleg within the uptrend shown on our 1-year chart below, but this was predicated upon the expected Clinton victory, so...
It now looks like gold’s correction is done and its intermediate base pattern is completing, and if so then we are at an excellent entry point for many better PM stocks, which have been savagely beaten down over the past several months - a...
A major “Sword of Damocles” overhanging global stock markets has been the situation with Deutsche Bank, which has a monumental derivative book and whose stock has been plunging to new lows. We have largely ignored this situation up until...
Small amounts of natural gold were found in Spanish caves used by the Paleolithic Man about 40,000 B.C.

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